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(Mosaic Intelligence Report: October 29, 2009) Election run-off is few days away in Afghanistan. Hamid Karzai’s brother is on the CIA’s payroll. Should Obama send more troops to Afghanistan? And can the Taliban be defeated? Answers to these questions and more on Link TV ’s Mosaic intelligence Report.
Mosaic Intelligence Report - May 4, 2007 Headlines for this episode include: The European Union warned Turkey ’s military to stay out of politics and to respect the state institutions. Will the military junta orchestrate another coup? And why does the U.S. turn a blind eye on Turkey ’s human rights violations? All this and more on Link TV’s Mosaic Intelligence Report.
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Skyrocketing oil prices in the second quarter of this year led ExxonMobil to report the highest ever record profit by an American company. Who else is profiting? And why are laborers not getting paid in the Arabian Gulf? Answers to these questions and more on Link TV's Mosaic Intelligence Report.
Egypt cracks down on Hezbollah. Relations between Mubarak and Nasrallah continue to deteriorate. Why are the arrests happening now? And who is the real target? Answers to these questions and more on Link TV's Mosaic Intelligence Report.
The Listening Post takes a look at the on-air video wars following the Gaza flotilla attack. Mosaic Producer Jamal Dajani contributes to this report. When news editors woke up on the first day of June, the story that an aid ship on course for Gaza had been raided by Israeli forces would have already come down the wire. The ship was called the Mavi Marmara and had a Turkish crew, nine of which were killed in the raid. The vessel was also carrying a host of camera laden journalists, but strangely...
Al Jazeera's Listening Post explores the 575-page hot potato causing controversy with the Israeli government, the Palestinian Authority and the global media. The report concluded that both Israeli forces and Palestinian militants were guilty of war crimes and possible crimes against humanity. The coverage of the story has been all over the place –starting in Israel, where the lead investigator, Richard Goldstone has been accused of anti-Semitism and of being out to get Israel even though Mr....
Back in October, when Barack Obama was announced as the surprise winner of the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize, the media went into overdrive. Outlets across the political spectrum were united, for a change, but mostly in their bemusement at how a new leader of a country in the middle of two wars could win such a prestigious award for peace. Mosaic's producer Jamal Dajani appears on Al Jazeera's Listening Post program, which examines round two of the coverage: when Obama flew to Norway to accept the...
2008 is coming to an end and the view of the U.S. remains negative in the Middle East. What are the challenges of 2009? And can Obama restore the US image there? Answers to these questions and more on Link TV's Mosaic Intelligence Report.
The petro-bonanza in the Middle East is over. Unemployment hits 15 percent in many Arab countries. Is unemployment rivaling security concerns in the Middle East? And why are parking lots full at Dubai's airport? Answers to these questions and more on Link TV's Mosaic Intelligence Report.
(Mosaic Intelligence Report: May 1, 2009) Swine flu hysteria has taken over the Middle East. The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt calls the pandemic more serious than a hydrogen bomb. Why is Arab media obsessed with the swine flu? And will this crisis restart peace talks between the Palestinians and the Israelis?Answers to these questions and more on Link TV's Mosaic Intelligence Report.
Palestinian Authority President appeals to Israelis in peace ads. He also blocks a Palestinian website accusing his cabinet of corruption. Is this true? And will the peace negotiations continue once the Bush Administration "terms" out? Answers to these questions and more on Link TV's Mosaic Intelligence Report.
Mosaic Intelligence Report - August 16, 2007 Two weeks ago, when US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice unveiled plans to funnel a staggering quantity of US military aid to several countries in the Middle East, it spread like wild fire making headlines all over the world. Now it seems that Russia is moving its fleet to the Mediterranean. Is this just a rumor? And how will this affect Syria, Israel and Iran? Answers to these questions and more on Link TV ’s Mosaic Intelligence Report.
(Mosaic Intelligence Report: May 14, 2010) Russian President Dmitry Medvedev meets Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal. Syria's Bashar al-Assad talks about the possibility of acquiring nuclear energy. Why are the US & Israel disappointed with Russia? And Are the Russians making a comeback into the Middle East?
(Mosaic Intelligence Report: November 13, 2009) Saudi Arabia uses fighter jets against Yemeni Houthi rebels. Both Yemen and Saudi Arabia accuse Iran of arming the rebels. Why did Arab satellite carriers drop Iran's Al Alam TV? And will the war of proxies lead to a confrontation between Saudi Arabia and Iran?
Mosaic Intelligence Report - March 9, 2007 Link TV's Middle East analyst and award-winning producer, Jamal Dajani, gives his weekly unique perspective and insight on major newsworthy stories. Headlines for this episode include: The Taliban are back in Afghanistan with a new strategy... Can NATO forces defeat the insurgents this time? Will neighboring Pakistan pay the price in the battle between the two sides? All this and more on LinkTV's Mosaic Intelligence Report.
Mosaic Intelligence Report - June 15, 2007 Hamas fighters consolidated their control of Gaza early today; they occupied the presidential compound in Gaza City and, arrested Palestinian Authority security officials. President Mahmoud Abbas sacked his Prime Minister Ismael Haniyeh and replaced him with his finance minister. Hanniyeh refuses to step down. Will violence spill over to the West Bank? All this and more onLink TV’s Mosaic Intelligence Report.
(Mosaic Intelligence Report: October 9, 2009) Palestinians call for the resignation of President Mahmoud Abbas. Why is he being called a traitor? Will he survive the storm?Answers to these questions & more on Link TV’s Mosaic Intelligence Report.
(Mosaic Intelligence Report: May 28, 2010) Obama unveils a national security strategy which calls for more global engagement. The document omits controversial phrases such as "global war on terror". Does Obama mean what he says? And why are his words not resonating with Muslims?
Six years after the invasion of Afghanistan, the Taliban have been getting stronger. The Afghan government blames Pakistan for failing to prevent the insurgents from entering its territories. But most Afghans blame their own government. Who’s to blame? And are the Taliban really making a comeback? Answers to the questions and more on Link TV’s Mosaic Intelligence Report.
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